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Consider yourself lucky if you get a 5 hour day if part time. They cap all part time hours to 900 per year or less always avoiding overtime. Sneaks...

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Terrestrial radio is a thing of the past. The only reason that any of these large corporate radio station survive is because the FCC requires them to maintain their towers giving them the ability to keep radio stations running even if they don't make profits. With creative bookkeeping these companies have managed to stay afloat by not paying their employees any overtime or offering any benefits to 90% of their staff. Recently CBS merged with the entercom and saved millions of dollars in tax benefits all the while paying their staff poverty wages. The future of CBS Radio: bankruptcy!

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I did leave after 2.5 years of earning less than $150 a week after gas, wardrobe and gear expenses.

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Not being able to pay your bills or see a doctor because your pay sucks si badly!

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Seriously you won't earn enough to take a vacation lol

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I would change the management team. The culture is constantly changing and employees do not feel the management team has their interests at heart.

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Free water yucky snacks and ugly tshirts plus low pay.

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I think someone could easily do both. I was a DJ assistant so I had odd hours but I thought it was a lot of fun and felt more professional than McDonalds.

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I would say most employees are in their 20's and range up to mid 40's.

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Time cards are out dated.

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